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Best Free Online Resources for Learning SEO

1. Moz (previously SEOMoz)

12 Best Free Online Resources for Learning SEO
This was one of the first websites I frequented when I started learning SEO. The open spirit of the community combined with the consistent publication of thorough educational content makes this one of the first places I send those looking to learn more about SEO. This beginner’s guide is a great place to start.
To get the real meat and potatoes you need a PRO Membership, but via the blog and the free SEM guides there is a ton of free information for most SEO’s, beginner or otherwise.

2. Webmaster World

12 Best Free Online Resources for Learning SEO
Most SEO bloggers are guilty of writing too much theory and too little in the way of concrete examples. As a result, we’re often left thinking, “sounds good, but how do I know this really works?”
Webmaster World is one of the oldest and most trusted forums on topics related to web development and marketing online as a whole. These are real webmasters sharing their thoughts and issues in an environment conducive to open discussion. As a result, the threads often involve specific issues, a variety of voices and, most importantly, no-holds-barred discussion of the issue at hand.
Of course, you have to subscribe to Webmaster World to participate – but that’s not free.
Another forum worth checking out is Cre8asite.

3. SEO by the Sea

12 Best Free Online Resources for Learning SEO
Bill Slawski’s blog is the #1 place to learn about search engine patents. Period.
Kudos to Bill for being
insanedetermined enough to read through every search engine patent he can get his hands on and then translate them for the rest of us.
Keeping up with patented search technology helps you keep abreast of what search engines are capable of – and where they may be going shortly.

4. The Anatomy of a Large-Scale Hypertextual Search Engine

12 Best Free Online Resources for Learning SEO
This the legendary paper submitted by Google founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin during their Ph.D. work at Stanford. It is a blueprint of sorts of the original working model for Google.
While in its current form Google in many ways dwarfs the original concept, the original Google concept was truly an engineering work of art – and reading the paper above will take you a long way in understanding the processes that are at the core of the search engines we know today.

5. Search Engine Journal


The blog you’re reading now has been around for some time. Loren Baker, who started it, is one of those other papas of SEO.
Maybe I don’t need to tell you about this one since you’re already reading it – but in case you were thinking you need to look elsewhere, we’ve got years worth of tremendously helpful blog posts right here.

6. Google’s SEO Guidelines

12 Best Free Online Resources for Learning SEO
While I wouldn’t tell anyone to do “Whatever Google says” to do to get your website to rank, it’s important to know what Google’s public position is on a variety of tactics/techniques you might employ.

7. Search Engine Land

12 Best Free Online Resources for Learning SEO
Search Engine Land was founded by Danny Sullivan who is perhaps the most recognized face and name in SEO. Danny is frequently on the cusp of the latest developments in search – with unprecedented contacts at the search engines and a huge network of experienced SEO’s and developers.
There is a constant stream of relevant and well-written posts at SearchEngineLand.com from some of the best SEOs in the business. Subscribing to this one is a no-brainer.

8. Marketing Land 

12 Best Free Online Resources for Learning SEO
Started by Danny Sullivan, Marketing Land is great for keeping up with all the top online marketing news. They also offer tons of daily articles and how-to guides on a wide variety of internet marketing topics. This is a great place to get all your news, as they bring you all the top stories of the day.

9. SEM Post

SEMPost
Launched in 2014 by Jennifer Slegg, the SEM Post provides news and insights about the digital marketing field. Jennifer is a well-known industry expert, writer, and speaker. The site aims to do more than just report on the news, but to dig into how it will affect your campaigns.

10. SERoundtable

SEOroundtable
Run by Barry Swartz, News Editor at Search Engine Land, is the head of this new source. Their goal is “to provide a single source for the reader to visit to locate the most interesting threads covered at the SEM forums.” SERoundtable is a fantastic resource to stay up to date on changes in the industry.

11. Google’s Search Engine Optimization Guide

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This is a detailed guide straight from Google about SEO. In these 30 pagse, you will learn what Google looks for and how to do basic SEO, including writing metas, best practices when choosing a URL, and much, much more.

12. Bonus: Your Experience

The best way to learn SEO is through hands-on experience and experimentation. There are a lot of smart people out there sharing killer content, but the best education you can get comes from seeing for yourself. Get your feet wet.

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Exclusive Keywords to find jobs from social media

Social Media is very powerful platform that no need to say. We can get many clients from social media. Related our skills, Like Web Design, Web Development, WordPress, Seo, Marketing etc. But the problem how we find or search ? What Keywords is best to get right jobs ?????? But before that I want to share with you share with you 40 Essential Social Media Marketing Statistics for 2017

Social Media Demographic Statistics

1. 76% of male internet users are on Facebook as well as 84% of female internet users.

2. 33% of teenagers consider Instagram to be the most important social network.

3. Female internet users are more likely to use Instagram than men, at 39% vs. 28%.

4. 29% of internet users with college degrees use Twitter, compared to 21% with high school degrees or less.

5. 83% of millennials check Twitter at least once per day.

6. Most Instagram users are between 18-29 years old, about six-in-ten online adults.

7. 23% of the world’s total population uses Facebook.

 

8. LinkedIn boasts more than 460 million user profiles.

9. On any given day, Snapchat reaches 42% of 18 to 34-year-olds in the US.

10. YouTube overall, and even YouTube on mobile alone, reaches more 18-34 and 18-49 year-olds than any cable network in the U.S.

Social Media Business Statistics

1. Instagram earns $595 million in mobile ad revenue per year, a rapidly increasing number.

2. Despite news of layoffs and executives leaving the company, Twitter’s revenue is up 8% YOY

3. 60% of Americans with social media accounts think that customer service through social media has made it easier to get questions answered and issues resolved.

4. Over 51 million businesses use Facebook Business Pages.

5. 2.5 million business use to Facebook for advertising.

6. Facebook’s total revenue grew 56% in 2016, and advertising revenue grew 59%.

7. 95% of Pinterest users use the platform to plan or make purchases.

8. 40% of LinkedIn users pay for monthly premium accounts.

9. Pinterest drives 27% of all retail website referral traffic.

10. More than 59% of online adults use more than one social media platform.


Here The Tips for you. :—
Search in Social Media using below Keywords

looking for” OR “searching for” OR “are seeking” OR “am seeking” OR “is seeking” OR “I need” OR “we need” OR “they need” OR ” needs” OR “I want” OR “we want” OR “they want” OR ” wants